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Peggy Jean Pulfer, 90, of Lenox

Peggy loved to watercolor, was an avid reader, and enjoyed crossword puzzles and cultural events with family and friends.

Peggy Jean Pulfer, 90, of Lenox, died Wednesday Feb. 26, 2020, at her son’s home in North Egremont.

Peggy Pulfer

Peggy was born Oct. 16, 1929, in Huntington West Virginia, daughter of Ralph and Margaret Byers. She graduated from Detroit schools and worked for many years in medical office administration and as a librarian after her retirement in Florida. Peggy loved to watercolor, was an avid reader, and enjoyed crossword puzzles and cultural events with family and friends.

Peggy is survived by two sons, Donald Pulfer and partner of 23 years Ruth Blair of North Egremont, and Douglas Pulfer and wife Irene of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico; one brother: John Byers of Detroit, Michigan; one sister: Patricia Vereeke of Gaylord, Michigan; and three grandchildren: Emily, Theodore and Katie. Peggy’s husband Robert Pulfer, whom she married in April 1947, predeceased her in November 1999. She also was predeceased by two sons, Thomas and Robert Jr.

A memorial service for Peggy Jean Pulfer will be held Monday, March 2, at 11 a.m. at the BIRCHES-ROY FUNERAL HOME, 33 South St., Great Barrington, MA 01230. Condolences may be made through birchesroyfuneralservices.com.

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